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Travel Theme: Doorways

….thanks to Where’s my Backpack for this week’s theme

I also like taking photos of interesting doors. Here are a few from my travels abroad and here at home.


Don't judge a wine by its label

One of my favorite things about learning about new wines is not just the distinct flavors and aromas, but exploring all the different labels that wineries design. 378 more words


Rock 'n Roll Winery

The year, 2012.  It’s two o’clock in the morning and I can’t sleep.  Seems to be the norm lately…menopause meets recession..I go to my home office, pour me a glass of wine.   442 more words


Goodbye BC: Chamberton Winery, Fraser Valley, Canada

Wayward Wine ends eleven days in Canada, with British Columbia’s oldest winery: Chamberton Estate.  Now oldest around here is 1991. But that gets near to 24 years old.   347 more words


Back to our Rootstock: January

Although this January has been quite a lovely one here at Regale, with uncharacteristically sunny and clear skies, our Estate Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines are fully aware that winter is upon us.  129 more words


Using wide lenses to add drama

I used to think that getting in tight on a subject may make a more interesting photo and, that may be the case. However, over the years I have noticed that the wide lenses add more drama and so I have been adding wider and wider lenses to my stock over time. 57 more words

Photography Tips

Sell, Serve, Speak, Save, & Sizzle!

Sell- To grow sales through a larger range of customers from anywhere at anytime. Not every product can be sold online though.

Serve- To add value for your customers by offering extra benefits online or providing them with feedback. 317 more words